Sir Charles is on NBA TV etc. for the sake of 2 things:
Comic relief and dumbing down the show for inbreds. He's the Barney Gumble of anything analytical.
But, he's also an MVP. So saying he relied on bulk and brutality for success is poppy****.
I doubt many here watched either of those series, but his game 7 performance against Seattle was unbelievable. There are four players in NBA history who have compiled at least 20,000 points, 10,000 rebounds and 4,000 assists: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain, Karl Malone and Charles Barkley.
In Barkley's first season with the Suns, the team had the NBA's best record and he became only the third player to win league MVP honors in the season after being traded. For the year, Barkley averaged 25.6 points and 12.2 rebounds to rank fifth and sixth, respectively. The nine-year veteran then carried Phoenix all the way to the NBA Finals. Chicago defeated Phoenix 4-2, but Barkley was brilliant, averaging 26.6 points and 13.6 rebounds in 42.8 minutes per game in the postseason. He also scored 44 points and hauled down 24 rebounds in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals against the Seattle SuperSonics.
So, he can still cram a dick in his ear for bashing the Knicks, but his opinion is a fart in the wind. Still, you can't take away from him as a player. He was awesome.
Steve Kerr has ridden the backs of better men to be where he is, was and will be. His opinion is so obviously contrived by his own **** ups and he's a silly tool for giving it away so blatantly.